I’m unlocking my YouTube database and it opens with professionally shot videos.
Thank you to the lovely Rebel Yoga crew that made them!
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2015 | 40 minute yoga class, intermediate, pro shot
Just like yesterday’s share this is an intermediate practice, meaning not for beginners. I myself am starting with yoga again, by doing these videos from my own database:
Because I did not do yoga the past few years, not counting a single practice here and there, the videos from this post would technically no longer be suitable for me.
But I take the exercise as presented, as a “suggestion” and that works really well.
Baby M #04: Party Tricks PRO SHOT 2015 | 14 minute yoga class | intermediate
To answer your questions:
Yes, take it VERY easy on the drinking when trying these out.
And BYOB means bring your own beer. Or booze. Or brownies. *
pdf outline of Baby M #4:
*2021 I didn’t notice where BYOB was used in the video, maybe in the end screen, but copied the description from 2015. Because being informed on what BYOB is, is always good 😉
Baby M #5: Twist & Turn PRO SHOT 2015 | 19 minute yoga class | intermediate
for reference pdf OUTLINE :
And yes, that half split (exercise 4) is indeed missing on the left side.
Baby M #6: Fire & Water PRO SHOT 2015 | 8 minute yoga class | intermediate
video not visible? Just click it anyway! Right on the grey box!
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I’m experiencing hiccups as these videos are suddenly shook out of hibernation.
Only two exercises, great before sleeping.
Here s the pdf for reference https://mmmyoga.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/baby-m-6-fire-and-water.jpg
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NO REST FOR THE WICKED
This video is retrieved from the archives.
I ve quit teaching yoga and am diving deep into the subject of yoga, the self-practice which I totally lost.
And I m working my way towards rocking yoga again as I m calling it Rock Star Yoga!
I think yoga can (and perhaps should?) be experienced as big as rock concerts.
But first I have to start from scratch and reinvent yoga.
To follow this roller coaster adventure,
you can follow my new (2021) channel No Yoga
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See you soon!